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byBeyer, H. Otley (Henry Otley), 1883-1966; Barton, Roy Franklin, 1883-1947. joint author
"Reprinted from the Philippine journal of science ... vol. VI, no. 5, section D, General biology, ethnology and anthropology, November, 1911." Topics: Ifugao (Philippine people), Funeral rites and ceremonies
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(HQ) Interview with Brandon Lee, human rights worker in Baguio, Philippines. Interview with Princess Bustos, Melissa Reyes, and Jessica Antonio re: Brandon Lee and vilification of human rights workers in the Philippines. Topics: Philippines, Human Rights Work, Baguio, Ifugao, Benguet, CPA, Cordillera Peoples Alliance